Natural Dreadlock Progression From 5-6 Inches Of Hair - A Dready Timeline - By Castaway Jesus
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This was the final discussion I looked at before combing my hair. You have inspired me to go natural!<3
So yesterday I decided that it was best for me to comb out my TnR locks and start natural. Since I decided that I wanted dreadlocks, I have also decided I want a simpler, healthier lifestyle all together. If I could I would be barefoot, wear only dresses, let my hair lock, cover myself in tattoos, and smoke my hookah all while living harmoniously with our Earth Mother. However, since I work 56 hours a week, I can't. So I will live as primarily as possible by controlling what I put into my body and learning patience and how to let go by embarking on this natural journey.
Here is my freshly washed, uncombed hair
(Posting from a tablet so it's attached)
Two weeks of not combing. I have also been using the Lockin' Up Liquid shampoo for a week now.
It's now been a little over a month since I comber out my TnR dreads and started natural. My hair is pretty much all sectioned and now I/m just waiting for more knots!
I call this knot Audrey 2 because it wants to suck up EVERYTHING around it! She is definitely forming the quickest.
This is the only other knot I can fish out of this craziness right now.
That's what I was thinking until I started looking through timelines of the natural forming locks. I was instantly jealous that I would miss out on the loops and knots. Then I found a few that had fallen out and made me wonder if I should just comb them out. I will leave them though, secretly hoping they all fall out
Good afternoon everyone! Almost two weeks ago I decided to TnR almost all of my hair. I have been washing prettyconsistently, every other day or every two days. I know it is normal for them to loosen and even fall apart completely, and some are. So my question is should I comb them out and let them form naturally, or just let them continue falling and reforming? It took me 6 hours to TnR them all (approx. 50), so it will probably take me around the same amount of time to comb them out.
They are all very loose at the root and the bottom three inches or so.